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and the eventual lift of egypt's emergency law. back here in the u.s., president obama sad s.a.t. down with fox news host bill o'reilly for a one-on-one interview. >> mr. obama says even though he doesn't know what egyptian president hosni mubarak plans to do, country is not going to be the same. >> egypt is not going to go back to what it was. the egyptian people want freedom. they want free and fair elections. they wasn't representative government. they want a responsive government. what we've said is you have to start a transition now. >> reporter: president obama also said it is important not to say that our only two options are the muslim brotherhood or to suppress the egyptian people. >>> checking out top stories, 15 people rounded up in a prostitution bust in the district. this happened saturday after police serveed a warrant on an apartment building in the 3100 block of georgia avenue northwest. two people were charged with operating a house of prostitution. another 13 face either solicitation or profit tuesday charges. owner of the building tells fox 5 he never saw anything unusual or
you brought president obama together with some of the biggest names in the tech industry. >>> funerals today for five anti-government protestors in bahrain as reports come out of libya that dozens of people there have been killed fighting for that same cause in that country. the wave of change that started in egypt continues this morning.  >>> the united states calling for an end to the violence in the middle east. some human rights groups say 24 people were killed in demonstrations. protests continue in bahrain today. live picture from cairo where a victory march is under way. these are the live pictures where tens of thousands of people have gayer thissed to mark the fall of long-time leader hosni mubarak one week ago. groups are calling the friday of victory and continuation. >>> funeral plans are set for onwheeler, the -- for john wheeler. his body was found in a trash pile on new year's eve. a medical examiner says he was murdered but police don't have any suspects. he was the driving force behind the vietnam veterans memorial. >>> president obama met with
the white house to chicago's mayor- elect. president obama sent good wishes to rahm emmanuel within hours of his victory. in october, he resigned as white house chief of staff to return to chicago to run for mayor. he will take office on may 16th. >>> coming up next, we'll take a look at what is happening in libya and how that is impacting gas prices in the u.s. no 70- degree temperatures in sight any time soon but we are in for a little bit of a warm-up. tucker has the full forecast when fox 5 morning news returns.  [ alarm blares, indistinct conversations ] [ female announcer ] important events can sneak up on you. can i have a couple weeks? [ female announcer ] but with yoplait light's two week tune up, you could be ready you could lose 5 pounds in 2 weeks when you replace breakfast and lunch with a fruit, grain, and yoplait light. betsy bets. you haven't changed a bit. neither have you... sean. well, yeah. [ female announcer ] go to yoplait.com to start your two week tune up. this week yoplait light yogurt is only 20 for $10 at giant. >>> welcome back. tucker is
>>> president obama unveils his budget plan. >> we'll take a look at what is on the chop be block and what could take a boost. >>> the republicans are laying out their proposals in response to the plan. it could mean metro could tax a multimillion-dollar hit to its budget. fox 5 morning news continues right now. >>> let's take a look out from our tower cam this morning down along the wisconsin avenue corridor on this tuesday morning. it is february 15th now. good morning and thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm he gurvir -- i'm gurvir dhindsa. tony is in now to tell us about the forecast. >> yeah, the winds is blowing things around out there. here is a look at the lated sustained winds that we've been seeing around the region. 14miles per hour in wash. 10 in annapolis. 14 in manassas. dulles, 18 miles per hour. so a pretty good brisk wind out there. we expect the winds to blow between 10 and 20 miles per hour generally this morning. and then gusting up to around 25 miles per hour or so. current temperature, 35 degrees. relative humidity is a
no longer including the use of hot lanes. >>> president obama is expected to open up today about something he rarely talk about in public. >>> the term fell to duke last night. worried about fires on campus? this one was legit. we'll talk about it coming up. what bold taste... of -- oa coffee -- it's so rich, but so just a dollar. on the dollar menu at breakfast. and that's what we're made of. ♪ ba da ba ba ba my sistersundays are just tofor watching football. believe that? [ thinking ] relax. you ordered off mcdonald's dollar menu at breakfast. everything's so good and just a buck. so go. he's a jerk. [ thinking ] the simple joy of being smart. ♪ >>> remember this? clashes between students and police caught on camera last march after maryland and duke played on campus at college park. it led to and fbi investigation of the bridge county police department and its officers' actions that night. last night, the terps had a strict -- last year rather the terps had a victory over the blue devils. not the case last night. the score was 80-62. duke has won eight of nine against maryland now a
. when we remember president obama calling us out for being soft. >> my cuss unis a -- my cousin is a school teacher in chicago. they're never off. >> i was so glad to see the temperature here above 32 degrees. >> yesterday morning, we were talking about that we would probably have some problems and some freezing rain but i'm happy to be wrong about this one. >> you said that yesterday. >> you said it could go one way or the other. >> right. and it has gone in our favor. let's show you radar. i do want to show that you we do have some rain showers across the region. they are pushing off to the east and i think this will be out of here during the next conful hours. we'll have some winds to help us dry off. rain showers across portions of the viewing area. we are not having any reports of freezing rain. there were reports of freezing rain late last night. some of our facebook fans even posted their reports from their areas. during the overnight hours and early this morn, it is just rain. temperatures, let me show you what they look like. they are pretty good. we are at 36-degree. 3
for metro. >>> president obama telling the justice department it does not have to defend a law that bans government from recognizing same-sex. fox 5 morning 5 morn -- from recognizing same-sex marriage. fox 5 morning news continues right now. >>> we do have one school delay to pass along. out to the west, garrett county schools in western maryland will be delayed two hours this morning. >> i guess we are getting reports that there is a little bit of icing in that area, is that right? >> that is correct. some freezing rain falling out there. they have a freezing rain advisory in everything out in gulf air the county so a little bit of action out in the western portions of maryland, not here though. we've got a quiet start to the day. cold start too. take a look at the temperatures around the region p we are in the 0s and the low 30s depending on where you are. currently in washington, we're at 33 degrees. -- take a look at the temperatures around the region. we are in the 20s and the low 30s depending on where you are. dulles at 35. # 3 at -- 33 at patuxent naval air station. you can se
confession easier for catholics. >>> a also, a confession from first lady michelle obama. what she revealed about one of the president's bad habits. it is now 6:41. >>> arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords with a new goal to strife for. her husband hopes she will progress enough to attend his space launch in just two months. mark kelly says he expects to see his wife see him off. >>> you can now add confession to the list of apps. it takes you through an examination of conscience to help you create a list of your sins. it is password protected by the way. the app is meant to make confession easier to approach but for it to counted, have you to actually go to confession and get absolution fry priest. >>> first lady michelle obama says president obama has quit smoking. yesterday, she said the president quit smoking a year ago. he started smoking when he was a teenager. in twine, mr. obama said he had spent his adult life trying to quit. >> keeping an eye on a couple of things happening out there on the roads. this is 66 at the beltway and there was a trash truck that overturned there. so
that the obama administering is in talks with top officials in egypt about the possible immediate resignation of hosni mubarak. the 82-year-old leader tells abc news that he wants to resign but fears the country would sink further into chaos. the u.s. military has close ties to the egyptian military. chairman of the joint chiefs of staff was on the daily show and says the u.s. is ready to help. >> they've lived with us. their families have lived with us. one of my chief goals is to make sure we keep the lines of communication open. i have talked to my counterpart a couple of times and that we have our military ready should any kind of response or support be required and that isn't the case right now. >> admiral mike mullen also says the final outcome is up to the egyptian people. >>> looking at other top stories, a sixth person has now been arrested in the murder of a d.c. woman. police picked up the sixth suspect at the same apartment where they believe letitia frasier was killed. the body has not been discovered. >>> the search is on for a school administrator accused of sexually abusing a
of the suspects to the hospital. we have the latest coming up in a live report. >>> president obama will submit the new budget today. we'll take a look at the tough choices that could be ahead. fox 5 morning news at 6:00 continues now. >>> 6:00 on this monday morning, february 14th, 2011. good morning. thank you for waking up with us. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> i'm steve chenevey. glad to have you with us this morning. also, tony perkins with us as always this time of the morning with a nice warm-up today. not a bad forecast for today. we've got two things going on. it will be very mild which is nice but it will be very windy which could be problematic for parts of the area. let's talk about what's going on out there. we'll start with hd radar. nothing in the way of precipitation. it is dry this morning. it shall be dry today. and it looks like for the bulk of the week unless something pops up somewhere. things are quiet here. we do have some light cloud cover but nothing falling from the clouds. can you see out to the west, there is your frontal boundary making its way out here. in advance of the
, president obama announceed a two-year pay freeze for federal workers. today's demonstration will have workers we taking the federal oath of office and they will deliver pet i gos to lawmaker inside the russell building. the march begins at 10:0 this morning along new jersey avenue in -- at 10: 30 this morning along new jersey avenue in d.c. >>> want to turn our attention to the developing story we are watching in egypt. from this live look, you can see the nearly 10,000 protesters are out again in cairo's tahrir square. today, they gun a third week of demonstrations calling on president hosni mubarak to get out. the vice president has met with opposition leaders and the president himself raised pay for government employees by 15%. the white house says those moves show the reforms are beginning but the protests are continuing and the protesters are not budging. >>> looks like you will have to get new world maps. there is a new country minister world. southern sudan voted overwhelmingly for voting independence.   seniors   
of tripoli this morning. protesters are callling for a large rally later today. president obama spoke by phone thursday with the leaders of great britain, france and italy to coordinate a response to the unrest. the head of the united nations says he will attend an emergency meeting of the security council this morning. >>> a student from saudi arabia is scheduled to be a texas courtroom to face terror charges this morning. prosecutors say planned todom dams and nuclear plants and charging him with trying to use weapons of mass destruction. the fbi says he bought chemicals on the internet from a supplier in north carolina. >>> a 21-year-old virginia man has been sentenced to 5 years in prison. prosecutors say zachary chesser supportated terrorist group based in somalia and encouraged violent jihaddists to kill u.s. citizens. he posted online threats against the creator of the show south park for an episode of the show he considered to be insulting to the prophet mohammed. >>> a measure to tighten regulations on virginia abortion clinics has cleared the general assembly. clinic that pe
. >>> first lady michelle obama is making headlines again to her accessible fashion choices this. week in an interview on the today show she wore a dress from h & m off the rack $34.95. hers was custom sized. long sleeves were added to the number. it has been a hot seller. the first lady has a knack for fashion human servicess. we'll talk more about that in our 9:00 hour. >>> a health alert for you this morning. the flu on the rise in virginia these days and after two people died, commonwealth health official are telling people to get your flu shots. the department of public health says flu activity in virginia has gone up from low to high since last month. flu season usually peaks in february. >>> good news for nursing hours. the irs will offer tax break on pumps and other breast feeding supplies. the "new york times" reports the decision will allow mothers to use pre-tax money from their flexible spending accounts for their costs. >>> there is awe new study which finds women who control their own pain medicine during childbirth use less anesthesia. researchers studied 300 pregnant wo
the richmond times dispatch he plans to talk with president obama before making a decision. some say a kaine candidacy would also play into the president's re-election strategy in 2012. >> not at all surprised. the president has two goals, to get re-elected and to keep a democratic senate majority. he sees tim kaine as central to both of those. gentleman a meet with the president could happen as soon as next tuesday. >>> coming up next, the nation's largest school system is looking at the strong possibility that thousands of teaching jobs will be cut. >>> it is official actually major bookstore chain filing for bankruptcy. what that could mean for you? good deals perhaps? we'll find out when fox 5 morning news continues. the experts tell us the economy's moving again, and it is for some. the stock market's nearly double, and wall street's handing out big bonuses. but millions of americans face a much colder reality. woman: the big drug store chain where i worked cut my hours, then laid me off. i had to sell my car to pay rent and buy heating oil. man: i got laid off. luckily i found a part-
 >>> a federal judge in florida has now ruled the obama administration's health care overhaul is unconstitutional. judge said the new law violates people's rights by forcing them to buy health insurance by 2014 or face penalties. the case is likely to go to the u.s. supreme court. so you the new york city mayor michael bloomberg is pushing for better control in the wake of the arizona shootings. yesterday being he showed a video in which undercover investigators hired by the city were sold semiautomatic pistols at a arizona gun show despite the fact they said they couldn't pass a background check. he says similar operations are happening nationwide. >>> barbara bush is speaking out in support of gay marriage. >> i'm barbara bush and i'm a new yorker for marriage equality. >> in a new video, the 29-year- old is pushing for new york to legalize same-sex unions. the new york time says her father through a spokesman had no comment. while in the oval office, he promoted a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. barbara's sister jenna has not publicly spoken about her stance on the issue. >>> we
demonstrations on monday. at least one person as died has tens of thousands protested. president obama is blasting the government for its treatment of protesters. >> we think it is very important that, in all the row tests that we are seeing throughout the region -- in all the protests that we are seeing throughout the region that governments respond to peaceful protesters peacefully. >> iran's government -- >>> if i have teen people received the medal of freedom yesterday. the president called the honorees the best of who we are and would we aspire to be. it is the nation's highest civilian honor. this year's recipients including former president george h. w. bush. also honored, warren buffett. >> marguerite ann johnson endured trauma and abuse that actually led her to stop speaking. but as awe performer and ultimately a writer, a poet, maya angelou found her voice, avoice that has spoken to millions including my mother which is why my sister is name maya. >> two big names in sports also awarded the medal of freedom. stan musial and nba legend bill russell. for a complete list of the
threat. instead it is anwar al-awlaki. >>> in the crisis in egypt, it seems the obama administration is split on when president hosni mubarak should go. the white house first sent conflicting messages but now appears to support a measured transition for easing mubarak out of power. the strategy reportedly supported by secretary of state clinton and defense secretary robert gates calls for the vice president to lead the reform process. >>> two people still unaccounted for after this big natural gas explosion some pennsylvania. fire officials say at least eight houses were destroyed in the fire. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the blast. >>> coming up next, the start of the season is a little while off but today you have a chance to get awe job at nationals park. >> you might want to set aside a few minute to clear off your car this morning. many parts of the area saw a little snow overnight. we'll check in with tony and get the full forecast coming up when fox 5 morning news continues.  >>> you spend hours with them each day. you might see
are not happy that president obama found some common ground on the tax cuts. they didn't like the fact that the bush tax cuts in the lame duck session, all of them were extended. the tea party lawmaker, they didn't come to washington to compromise. they came to stand their ground. that is what i think the dynamic will be very interesting to see what the rank and file members think of this kind of tentative almost deal between house and senate leaders. >> one other thing we didn't see in the past when the government shut down, it wasn't tax season either. a lot of people trying to file their taxes now. could there be an effect there? >> absolutely. unless you are essential rs homeland security, basically protecting the homeland some some capacity, you will not be working come next monday unless they get a deal by friday. >> if the stopgap goes into place to give us a couple more weeks, is everything agreed to in that or is this just two more week to try to get something done and there is a chance to we could continue to delay this and delay this? this is just a two-week reprieve. one of
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